London, 23 July 2021: SETL, the London based blockchain company, today published a whitepaper on how to “Realise the Regulated Internet of Value” based on a multi-asset approach to tokenisation. The paper takes on...
Why you should be watching the development of Central Bank Digital Currencies: Podcast with SETL Chief Engineer Anthony Culligan and IBS Editor Robin Amlot
This paper examines the proposition put forward in Tony McLaughlin’s paper ‘The Regulated Internet of Value’ and considers the practical implications of a generalised approach to tokenisation of regulated liabilities. To map a practical way forward, the paper starts with where we are and looks at the landscape in front of us
Engineered by SETL, Verafide allows organisations, networks and individual users to simply and securely issue, hold, verify and share digital ID and credentials London, 13 July 2021: Verafide, a verifiable credentials technology provider for...
SETL hires Ripple Global Head of Banking to Lead Payments Business
SETL, the London-based Settlement and Payments Infrastructure provider, today announced that Banque de France (BDF) has successfully completed a Central Bank Digital Currency (CBDC) transaction, using the SETL blockchain that powers the IZNES fund platform.
Within the world of business, therein lies the nuances that make it function: Trust and The Three Dilemmas
By now, if you are one of the few who have had the ability to work from home, you are starting to realize there are not so great aspects of working from home.
When the world literally comes to a crashing halt, when no-one’s shopping or buying – unless its toilet rolls or hand sanitizers – how do businesses retain their existing clients and even attract new ones during a crisis like this?
London based blockchain company, SETL, is supporting the IZNES consortium in the BdF experiment with CBDC. The consortium comprises IZNES, SETL, Citi, Caceis, and DXC.
Insights and reflections on life whilst working from home during the coronavirus lockdown. How is life now, and where is SETL headed in the future?